26 minor girls of Bajaur recovered from the captivity of Deobandi seminary

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Karachi Police, on the information of area people, conducted a raid on the Deobandi seminary in the Liaquatabad FC Area and recovered 26 minor girls belonging to Bajaur Agency of the FATA from their captivity.

According to police, the girls, recovered, are aged between 8 to 10 years and they cannot speak Urdu language. Police have also taken two women into custody from the house for interrogation.

The mystery of 26 juvenile girls recovered during a police raid in Karachi resolved on Wednesday as officials said these children were handed over to a family because of a dispute.

Karachi Police investigation teams revealed today that these girls, aging between eight and 10 years, were all students of (Deobandi) religious seminary hailing from tribal Bajaur Agency.

During the raid, police arrested the house owner, Ayoub, his wife and a woman who claimed to be caretaker of the girls and running a Deobandi seminary in Karachi. Following the investigation, the couple revealed that they owed Rs.0.3 million to the seminary administrator, but could not return the money.

“She was demanding for the cash but we couldn’t pay it off, at which she arrived here along with the girls and handed them to us to raise them and bear their expenses,” Ayoub claimed during interrogation.

The girls were shifted to a shelter home of the city. Media and police are trying to cover up the role of Deobandi clerics because the woman that claims to be running a seminary cannot do so own her own and she certainly enjoys patronage by the Deobandi Wifaq ul Madaris.

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